sometimes if it's plural.
I'm wearing _shorts, _socks and a t-shirt
however it's a tad archaic to say
I wear _shorts, _socks and t-shirt
this however unifies them in the sense of an ensemble, as if your work uniform had options:
do you wear (the) shorts and t-shirt or (the) khakis and polo?
I can vouge for this speaking to French people in Canada and English people in elsewhere in Canada...
French people say in English:
pass me the bread and the butter for my sandwich and my pancakes.
English people say in English:
pass me the bread and butter for my sandwich and pancakes.